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17 Ways to Glorify God

17 Ways to Glorify God

Thomas Watson shares seventeen ways that Christians can glorify God in their lives....

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Died He For Me?

Died He for me

Is the author of The Shack right? Is the cross really abuse? Is that a fair way to talk about penal substitutionary atonement? ...

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Children's Ministry Matters for the Church

Childrens Ministry Matters

Christian education does not exist in order to just keep the kids (or adults!) busy or even to create a knowledgeable group of people in the church. Rather, Christian education, with discipleship as its goal, exists to produce spiritual unity, knowledge, and holiness among Christians....

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Taking Pleasure in Our Mysterious God

Taking Pleasure in our Mysterious God

We will never fully plumb the depths of God and Who He is. We will never run out of questions. He is an infinite well of joy, pleasure, and mystery....

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Strategies for Battle in the New Year

The year 2017 will be a year of warfare for our souls, as we tangle once again with our old enemies: the world, the flesh, and the Devil. Central to that warfare is the Word of God. ...

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Do You Need Reasons to Come to Church on Christmas?

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One of the sad realities of the day in which we live is that a small percentage (3%) of American churches are cancelling their Sunday services this year because it happens to fall on December 25th, 2016. We at Pearl Presbyterian Church will be having our morning services on December 25th this year, just as always. I want to share a few reasons why....

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Luther and the Madness of Forgiveness

Luther was once asked by one of his parishioners why he kept preaching about the Gospel. Why not move on to other things? Luther is said to have responded, "I keep reminding you because you and I keep forgetting."...

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Escape from Hopelessness

Ernest Cline's best-selling book Ready Player One tells the story of a dystopian near-future in which the world has fallen into such depressingly hopeless disrepair that people have no hope for joy in the real world....

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